2001 228 pages (C010)
This book looks at both the impact the Africanised honeybee has had all through the Americas, and how beekeepers have learned to cope with it when it arrives. Information is presented from scientific literature, the popular press and the author's extensive personal experience. Required reading for beekeepers who yet face living the Africanised bees and for all who wish to know the biological story behind the dramatic, unpredicted and unexpected expansion of this notorious insect. A fascinating tale!